Uncle Ray Minniecon calls us to walk together with love towards Reconciliation.
Aunty Ravina Waldren calls us to walk together with solidarity towards Reconciliation.
Uncle Neville Naden calls us to walk together with purpose towards Reconciliation.
David Cook was part of the organising committee for the Melbourne Walk for Reconciliation in the year 2000. His reflection is part of our Gallery of photos and stories of Christians who participated in Walks for Reconciliation.
Uncle Mark Kickett calls us to walk together with righteousness towards Reconciliation.
Uncle Vince Ross calls us to walk together with truth towards Reconciliation.
Aunty Sue Hodges calls us to walk together with reciprocity towards Reconciliation.
Aunty Glenny Naden calls us to walk together with resilience towards Reconciliation.
Artist Safina Stewart has prepared a colouring in sheet for Sorry Day. Find it here.
Mark Delaney shares six learnings from his experience of this Coronavirus season that may help us better care for God’s creation.
#NobodyLeftBehind Open Letter
After ‘exercising’ in solidarity with the asylum seekers and refugees detained in a Brisbane hotel, Bianca Manning calls us to see their faces, learn their names, and pray and take action for their freedom.
Rachel reflects on the way Jesus met people and what that might have to say to us as we consider the 250 years since Captain Cook’s encounter with Aboriginal people.
Brooke Prentis declared these words at Kurnell at sunrise on the 29th of April 2020, 250 years since the Gweagal Peoples met Lt. James Cook and his men.
Join Ben Thurley in confronting our leaders’ inaction on climate disruption.
Because chaos will be ultimately defeated by God, Mick Pope calls us to be agents of order and renewal.